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Hayabusa Chikara shorts now available in UK & Europe
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Dec '11
Hayabusa Fightwear's official European online distributor, are proud to announce the availability of the new Hayabusa Chikara Peformance Shorts, as of December 2011. The UK based European distribution centre for Hayabusa Fightwear is the first place to officially stock and sell these new shorts for both retail and wholesale markets throughout Europe.

The new Hayabusa Chikara Performance Shorts feature a striking, bold design as well as an array of trademark Hayabusa technical features designed to enhance performance.

These shorts feature:
• A dye sublimated design that will not fade over time
• A multi-directional stretching fabric
• A rubberised inner waistband to reduce shift and movement
• Triple stitched seams for extra durability and toughness
• Split seems in the side of the shorts and stretch panel in the crotch area to aid unrestricted movement when wearing the shorts

These new shorts have already gained popularity and notoriety through various online social media outlets and forums and more notably they were worn by Hayabusa sponsored UFC stars at the recent UFC 136 and UFC 137 events.

Hayabusa Europe's Business Development Manager, Dan McBride sums up his first impressions of the new shorts, "As soon as we had the Chikara shorts unpacked and out of the bag, I was blown away by uniqueness of the design and on even closer inspection by the flawless quality of the stitching and construction of these shorts."

Available in Red, Black and Blue colour variations, the Hayabusa Chikara Performance shorts are positioned at the high end of the Mixed Martial Arts shorts market in terms of their construction, well thought out technical features and unique design.

Hayabusa pronounced (hi-ya-boo-sa) is highly regarded amongst the martial arts community as the gold standard in high - performance MMA Training Equipment, MMA Gloves, Fightwear and MMA Clothing.

Rooted in Japanese tradition, Hayabusa possesses a relentless commitment and passion to produce only the highest calibre products designed for one sole purpose and that's to maximise a fighters' performance.

Hayabusa Fightwear

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